Mr. Tate will be joining us for a very special luncheon. This will be the day immediately after the election. Who knows what state the Nation will be in on November 9th? It will be interesting to spend this time listening to Stanley Tate. The luncheon is at City Fish Market in Boca Raton, FL. It starts at 11:30. Lunch will be served, and then Mr. Tate will speak. We hope you will join us.
Former Chairman of the RTC and Political Powerhouse
Tate uses his influence for the causes he believes in. He passionately supports Israel. In fact, he is the only living founding member of the American Israel Public Affairs Committee (AIPAC), the powerful pro-Israel lobbying group formed in 1954.
“I believe education is the backbone of democracy, the backbone of America. The prepaid plan was designed for families who wanted their children to have a better job and a better life than them.”
He’s legendary for sitting at his desk until after midnight dictating into his recorder letters and emails for his circle of friends, people like Marco Rubio, Jeb Bush, Eric Cantor, Mitt Romney, John Boehner, Ileana Ros-Lehtinen, and hundreds of others who fill out his Rolodex. The influential Ros-Lehtinen, former chairwoman of the House Foreign Affairs Committee, says Tate is a significant influence on her life and politics. “He has known me practically all of my life since my parents and I fled from communist Cuba,” she says, adding that when she decided to run for Congress, Tate was one of the first people she turned to for counsel. On a host of issues, including matters involving U.S. policy toward Israel, she says she continues to seek out his “sound judgment.”
Tate still sees the GOP as the best hope for the country. He was Miami-Dade co-chair of Mitt Romney’s campaign, and insists that Romney would have become a memorable president by concentrating on the “disastrous” economy.